This book explores a range of issues in the philosophy of mind, with the mind-body problem as the main focus. It serves as a stimulus to the reader to engage with the problems of the mind and try to come to terms with them, and examines Descartes's mind-body dualism.
Table of Contents
Preface -- Introduction -- Mind as Immaterial Substance -- Mind and Behavior -- Mind as the Brain -- Mind as a Computing Machine -- Mind as a Causal System -- Mental Causation -- Mental Content -- What Is Consciousness? -- Consciousness and the Mind-Body Problem